And The Winner Is…
A week ago, I attempted to move a few extra copies of “A Holiday Benefit, Vol. II” with a raffle.
Every purchase automatically entered the buyer to win a copy of the charity CD signed by each of the eleven artists, plus signed copies of their respective CDs.
So tonight, I wrote everyone’s name on a slip of paper (one for each purchase), put ’em in a hat, and had Abbi pick at complete random.
And the winner is…
I first met Heather when she hosted one of my “Almost Home” living room tour stops back in 2003. Heather was a student at Ohio’s Wittenberg University at the time. I was thirty-two — way too old to be passing out on the floor. We’ve been pen pals ever since.
Heather wins an amazing collection of CDs: “A Holiday Benefit, Vol. II,” Casey Shea’s “Take The Bite,” Derek James’ “Stray,” Ian Axel’s “I’m Onto You,” Jamie Leonhart’s “The Truth About Suffering,” Blue Fringe’s “The Whole World Lit Up,” Rosi Golan’s “The Drifter & The Gypsy,” Amber Rubarth’s “New Green Lines,” Bryan Dunn’s “Static & Scripture,” Brent Shuttleworth’s “Witness,” Chris Abad’s “The Starting Point,” and my “The Invention Of Everything Else.”
And remember, all proceeds benefit 826NYC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting students ages 6-18 with their creative and expository writing skills.